Pop Art Screen Prints

Maryanna Adelman

The students will be introduced to the Pop Art Movement. The use of industrial processes and materials will be discussed as well as Andy Warhol's use of high intensity color, pattern, and other elements of art. Students will create an edition of a multi-colored screen print using embroidery hoops and sheer fabric. Printing vocabulary such as registration, edition, and traditional documentation will be stressed. Choose 1 of 2 methods for your residency, using contact paper or glue to make your screen. Residency can be completed in 3 to 5 days.  

 

 

To schedule this program please contact us at 816-532-4022 or by email at booknow@kcya.org.

 

Grade Levels: 7,8,9,10,11,12

Fees: $100 for 1 workshop; $85 each, for 2 or more workshops on the same day; $1.50 fee per student for materials / The break between workshops must not exceed 90 minutes to receive the reduced rate.

Maximum Audience Size: 25

Availability: Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Program Length: 45 minutes

Location: At Your School

Requirements: Worktables, Scissors, Drying racks and equipment storage between sessions, 30 minutes for set-up and tear down, Teachers must be present at all times.

Standards: 1.1 1.1 Knows how a culture's art works and artifacts reflect its values and beliefs.1.9 1.9 Understands that many skills can be practiced until they become automatic, and that if the right skills are practiced, performance may improve.7.2 7.2 Contributes to the development of a supportive climate in groups.7.3 7.3 Engages in active listening.7.6 7.6 Concentrates mental and physical energies.7.7 7.7 Analyzes personal decisions in terms of the options that were considered.11.1 11.1 Knows how visual, aural, oral and kinetic elements are used in the various art forms.15.1 15.1 Understands the visual arts in relation to history and culture.15.2 15.2 Understands the main idea or message in visual media.15.7 15.7 Understands and applies media, techniques, and processes related to the visual arts.15.8 15.8 Knows a range of subject matter, symbols, and potential ideas in the visual arts.



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